The Holy Bible New Testament complete in Telegu (Telugu) India - 1860
Telugu, telegu, teleggu, tellegu, Dravidian language, official language ,Andhra Pradesh, one of the largest states of India. It is also one of the twenty-two scheduled languages of the Republic of India; it is also spoken in neighbouring states like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Maharashtra and Chattisgarh, Jharkhand and the Kharagpur region of West Bengal in India.
It is also spoken in the United States, where the Telugu diaspora numbers more than 200,000; as well as in Australia, New Zealand, Bahrain, Canada, Fiji, Malaysia, Singapore, Mauritius, Ireland, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom, where there is also a considerable Telugu diaspora.
Telugu is the third most spoken language in the Indian subcontinent after Hindi and Bengali.
Telugu is one of the 22 official languages of India. It was declared the official language of Andhra Pradesh when the state was formed on 1st Nov 1956 on linguistic basis.
Telugu also has official language status in the Yanam District of the Union Territory of Pondicherry.
This is the 1860 New Testament in Telegu (Telugu) Language from India. Semantic, Morphological and Linguistic Changes will be noticed between this version and the modern versions commonly offered today. (This version predates W & H).
The Gospel According to Paul: Romans (Telugu version), a commentary, can be found at:
The Telegu Edition was posted because it is one of the harder ones to find. At least, finding one of the earlier translations can be a real challenge. The older translations are usually much more accurate.
There are other resources availabe, concerning the gospel in the languages spoken in India and Asia.
The Gospel of John ( a good place to start, though all of the N.T. is available) (in TAMIL / India) can be found at
byTamil; Tamil Gospel; Tamil Good News; Tamil India Christians; Nilgiris district; Kanyakumari; Coimbatore of Tamil Nadu; Dakshina; Kannada; Banglore and Kodagu districts of Karnataka; Grantha Bhasha; Grantha Script; Malayalam-Tamil; Tamil Church